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  • China a '21st century surveillance state,' U.S. defense chief says
  • French national hit by avalanche in Japan confirmed dead: Kyodo
  • Italy's center-left seen ahead of League in key local vote: exit poll
  • Eight killed in blaze at Czech home for disabled
  • 'Stop (f)lying to us': Swiss ski town's teens join Greta in protest
  • Factbox: What we know about the new coronavirus in China
  • Family of Irish girl who died in Malaysia seek inquest: lawyer
  • Irish PM says EU, Britain not that far away on trade
  • U.S. House committee says Pompeo agrees to testify on Iran, Iraq policy
  • Erdogan says Turkish military in Libya to train pro-Serraj forces
  • 'Oust Uncle': Thailand's jog for dissent signals new breed of activists
  • Two first coronavirus cases confirmed in Italy: prime minister
  • Taiwan calls China 'vile' for restricting island's access to WHO on coronavirus
  • Mexican ruling party roiled by chief refusing to step down in leadership tussle
  • Angola's dos Santos to sue reporters' consortium behind 'Luanda Leaks'
  • South Korea to bar people who visited virus-hit province in China: Yonhap
  • Critics warn sweeping Mexican judicial reform threatens human rights
  • U.S. House approves $4.7 billion disaster aid, tax breaks for Puerto Rico
  • U.S. condemns detention of Citgo executives in Venezuela; hints at sanctions on Russia
  • Friends and foes gather in Oman to mourn Qaboos
  • Chemical weapons agency employees leaked information, inquiry finds
  • Report on alleged Chinese corruption in Maldives due by June: minister
  • UK PM Johnson to reshuffle senior ministerial positions on Thursday
  • Amazon tribes gather to plan resistance to Brazil government
  • Storm Sabine disrupts flights and trains in Germany
  • Gilead assessing potential use of Ebola drug as China virus treatment
  • Malaysian PM Mahathir says received five proposals for ailing Malaysia Airlines
  • Johnson says he will toughen rules on terrorism cases after London attack
  • Factbox: Who wants to replace Jeremy Corbyn?
  • Discontent lifts Irish nationalists Sinn Fein to verge of power
  • Zelenskiy asks for Germany's support to bring Iran plane crash perpetrators to justice
  • Trump considering visit to India next month
  • Iran welcomes dialogue with Gulf neighbors: foreign minister tweets
  • Gunshots heard at Iran protests after plane disaster: social media posts
  • Pompeo to attend Libya conference in Berlin; priority is ceasefire - State Department
  • Factbox: U.S., Israeli wordplay over Trump peace plan
  • Lufthansa extends flight suspension to Beijing and Shanghai until February 28
  • Thailand finds fourth coronavirus ahead of Lunar New Year
  • Canada police unveil reconstructed faces; seek public's help in identifying deceased
  • Lebanon PM asks government, banks for plan to restore confidence
  • Rescuers dig for trekkers missing in Nepal avalanche
  • Factbox: Potential candidates to succeed Kramp-Karrenbauer as German conservative leader
  • Guyana opposition candidate pledges to keep Exxon contract intact
  • Danish sculpture erected to show support for Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters
  • Trump to break bread with Apple's Cook and other CEOs: sources
  • Russia gets new government in what Putin calls "major renewal"
  • Taiwan to bar entry of many Hong Kong, Macau residents to halt virus
  • Police detain 185 climate protesters at Brussels car show
  • EU says financial relations with UK will be linked to trade deal
  • Ukraine minister sees no preparations for new Russia talks, has low expectations
  • Microsoft CEO Nadella says saddened by India's citizenship law: BuzzFeed
  • Israel's Netanyahu, rival Gantz to visit Washington, White House says
  • Plane carrying Canadian evacuees from China should land on February 7: Ottawa
  • Mexicans will win $1 million raffle prizes, not presidential plane
  • Oman advises against travel to China due to coronavirus outbreak
  • China's Hubei province says 100 dead, 2,714 total cases in virus outbreak
  • Australian $35 billion French submarine contract is already nine months late: report
  • White House says it takes reports of Amazon chief Bezos' phone hack seriously
  • Canadian PM Trudeau tells Iran crash vigil he will pursue justice
  • France's Thales chosen to equip new British frigates
  • Checkpoints, exclusion zones and quarantine: reporting the coronavirus
  • WHO chief says 80% of China virus cases are in Hubei province
  • U.S. imposes fresh Iran-related sanctions on two people, six companies
  • Kazakhstan bans exports of masks to China amid virus scare
  • Fish, financial services to be part of final EU-Britain trade deal: EU Commission head
  • Syrian army enters rebel-held northwestern Saraqeb town in latest advance: state media
  • Canada, Iran at odds over who should analyze downed plane's black boxes
  • With Wuhan virus genetic code in hand, scientists begin work on a vaccine
  • India's ruling party picks new president as challenges mount
  • Coronavirus disrupts air and sea freight, prices set to rise: DSV
  • Ireland's PM sets stage for possible February election
  • Dutch parliament cancels trip to Russia after lawmaker denied entry: ANP
  • Iran's Khamenei calls for unity after unrest over plane disaster
  • Italy's upcoming regional vote will not decide future of government: paper
  • China's Xi says virus controls at crucial stage: state media
  • Joy and sadness: how the world is reacting on Brexit Day
  • Airlines suspend, scale back direct flights to China amid virus fears
  • Furor in Spain over minister's airport meeting with Maduro aide
  • British scientist makes breakthrough in race for coronavirus vaccine: Sky
  • Italy's constitutional court rejects League's bid to change electoral law
  • U.S. official accuses ex-leader Morales of fostering violence in Bolivia
  • Palestinians face uphill battle against Trump's Middle East plan
  • Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov hits out at U.S. 'provocations' in Venezuela
  • North Korea's Kim taps tough-talking military veteran as foreign minister
  • China's President Xi says containing the virus remains a grim and complex task
  • New coronavirus outbreak is a huge concern for the world, British minister says
  • Police clash with some protesters in renewal of Colombia demonstrations
  • U.N. envoy hopes for, but cannot predict, speedy reopening of Libya oil ports
  • Man who works at coronavirus-hit firm is Germany's seventh case
  • German coalition demands new elections in Thuringia after far-right row
  • French defense ministry to send 600 more troops to Africa's Sahel
  • Libya's Haftar committed to ceasefire, Germany says
  • Chinese provincial press conference on coronavirus inspires anger, criticism
  • Alleged leader of Iraqi al Qaeda group arrested in Arizona
  • Lebanon forms new government
  • United States urges Cambodia to open politician's treason trial to media
  • UNICEF sends six tonnes of masks and other gear to help fight China virus
  • Gunman fires at Indian protesters after threatening 'final journey' live on Facebook
  • Turkey's Erdogan demands Syrian forces in Idlib withdraw
  • G7 health ministers agree on coordinated approach to coronavirus: Germany